Julie Oni

Playwright and assistant professor, Pepperdine University

Playwright and visiting assistant professor of English at Pepperdine University

Julie Oni on KCRW

“If we lose these folks, we’re not just losing plays, we’re losing the folks that are teaching your kids, we’re losing folks in the classroom, we’re losing folks who really make our…

Life for theater workers during COVID, and virtual performances to watch at home

“If we lose these folks, we’re not just losing plays, we’re losing the folks that are teaching your kids, we’re losing folks in the classroom, we’re losing folks who really make our…

from Greater LA

More from KCRW

Laurie Leshin, JPL’s new director, wants to explore the far reaches of space, find evidence of life on Mars, and make the institution more inclusive.

from Greater LA

A new form of physical therapy for long COVID patients involves singing lullabies, pop songs, and spirituals, while using opera techniques to rebuild their breath capacity and vocal…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Fingerboards, the palm-sized skateboards you steer with your fingers, are tokens of 1990s nostalgia that’s gaining interest among a new generation of riders.

from Greater LA

Scientists are checking LA sewage for coronavirus. As fewer people report test results, health officials say the data helps them see what’s next with the pandemic.

from Greater LA

A chilling account of one woman’s self-induced abortion sheds light on the history of Carmel. Joe Mathews says it undermines SCOTUS’ justification for ending Roe v. Wade.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Hundreds of unhoused Angelenos are seeking shelter in the Mojave Desert, having been pushed out of nearby Lancaster due to aggressive policing.

from Greater LA

Who says Angelenos don’t care about history? Since the Leonis Adobe became Cultural Monument No. 1 in LA, the city has designated more than 1,000 others.

from KCRW Features